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State Hawaii
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Allowed (Our partner lenders provide payments in Hawaii)
Loan amount limit $600 face amount of check
Loan terms Max: 32 days
Finance rates 15% of check
Finance charges $17.65
Maximum APR (Annual percentage rate) 459%

1718 Wilikina Drive, Wahiawa, HI 96786

Hawaii

Wahiawa

45-773 Kamehameha Highway No. G, Kaneohe, HI 96744

Hawaii

Kaneohe

200 Kanoelehua Avenue No. 104, Hilo, HI 96720

Hawaii

Hilo

99-082 Kauhale Street No. B6, Aiea, HI 96701

Hawaii

Aiea

94-210 Hanawai Circle No. 1, Waipahu, HI 96797

Hawaii

Waipahu

1680 Wilikina Drive, Wahiawa, HI 96786

Hawaii

Wahiawa

1726 Kapiolani Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96814

Hawaii

Honolulu

200 Kanoelehua Avenue, Hilo, HI 96720

Hawaii

Hilo

897 Kamehameha Highway No. 101, Pearl City, HI 96782

Hawaii

Pearl City

200 Kanoelehua Avenue No. 104, Hilo, HI 96720

Hawaii

Hilo


Frequently asked questions about hawaii lenders

  • Each lender is free to set the terms for what they deem is acceptable for a co-signor. There is no law, rule or real estate norm that precludes an out-of-state co-signor. Try another lender or if poor real estate market conditions warrant, tell the original lender, real estate broker and loan company to shove it and start over. Good Luck
  • She can if they bank says she can. If they say she can't you'll either have to do it on your own or start shopping other banks.
  • is there any kind of company or lender that will allow me to make payments on a plane ticket? Like giving a down payment and then installments until its paid off. I need to go from Kona hawaii to chicago for my grandma's memorial/funeral but i don't have all 800 dollars and I have no idea what else to do at this point.
  • Nope, unless you can get a credit card issued quickly.
  • Talk to the airline to get a berevment ticket which is cheaper but you have to have some kind of proof of the death.Get a credit card or talk to your bank for a short term loan.
  • I agree with the person on top. Get a credit card issued ASAP. Also, visit www.sidestep.com that's where I go to get all of my plane tickets because they're very reasonable.
  • Discuss this with the airline under these circumstances they will give you a discounted rate if you can provide proof that there is an actual death. They told me that I would have to show proof but never had to show it. My condolences.
  • Of course. There are always predatory lenders. You need a large down payment and if you miss a payment your car will be disabled and/or repoed.
  • So I'm almost 19 and my boyfriend is in Hawaii on vacation for two weeks. He wants me to come visit him and come back with him next weekend. So if I got a loan of $400 for a plane ticket for there and back (sins the cheapest tickets are $200) how long and how much would I have to give back to the lenders? (bank etc) PS: I have a Visa card. And I REALLY wanna go, but its kinda new,exciting and nerve-wrecking and I don't wanna mess up.
  • You will not get a loan from a bank for this. You could buy this on your credit card but if you do not pay it off in full then you will be paying 25% pa interest. So don't do it.
  • I live in Hawaii and want to buy a house in Las Vegas for a getaway vacation home. Which lender should I use? Is there low down payment options? My credit is decent and I've been prequalified for a home here, but its too expensive. Would I qualify for the $8000 tax credit? I'm working with a realtor in Vegas over the phone and internet, I plan to fly up there to look at some homes in about a month. What do I need to do before I get there?
  • First off, if you do not plan to make the Las Vegas home your primary residence you will not be able to use the tax credit. It is not for investment property, which this would be since you will not be living in it. What do you plan to do with it when you are living in HI? Rent it out? If so, the down payment would also be higher as it would be an investment property, not your primary residence and you would need about 20 to 25% down to get a loan.
  • You need to be a first time home buyer (not owned a home for at least 3 years) to get the tax credit. Also the home needs to be your primary residence to qualify for the tax credit.
  • If you don't live in the home it is NOT eligible for the $8000 credit.
  • you can purchase a home from another state but considering your holding cost of another property, or get a good property manager (which is not easy) to look after your property. I just joined this website http://www.investorpalace.com and some of member are able to help me those questions : ) hope that works for u.
  • According to the financial books. Its already happened. The government simply hasn't acknowledged it because they believe in infinite borrowing and the lenders believe America is worth something. China will demand Hawaii, Alaska and California before long to start settling debts.
  • The public by 53-36 percent, a 17-point margin, thinks Obama better understands the economic problems people are having. Obama leads Romney by 55-37 percent in trust to better protect the interests of the middle class, and remarkably, by 10 points, 52-42 percent, in trust to handle taxes.
  • It's not possible. Greece doesn't have control over its own currency, the U.S. does. Unless of course Ron Paul and his idiotic followers get their way and put us on a Gold Standard.
  • With another downgrade coming, 15 tril in debt & a quarter trill debt payment yearly? not long.
  • Not going to happen. This situations are entirely different.
  • if it happens, it will be right after November when the people realize what they have done.
  • 4 years... † FNS †
  • it will not happen
  • My fiancee (for who I have known for 6 months) tells me that she loves me (more than her children, and everything in the world). We are living together, and want to get married in February in Hawaii (on her so-called expenses). However, some serious stuff has recently happened. Her car got repossessed by the lender, and it had some very important things of mine inside. So now we are living off of one car, renting an expensive house, and my important business items are missing. And she is looking at me like she is a sad little girl. I don't know what to do. She is not telling me everything (i.e. how much she is paying for the car, how will she finance the Hawaii trip, etc.....). What should I do?
  • get out of there.. If she's got financial issues as soon as your married everything is split between you and by the sounds of your going to lose a lot more of your possessions. Good luck, get out of there whilst you can :)
  • GET UNENGAGED, SERIOUSLY, THIS IS A HUGE RED FLAG, BEWARE. she loves you more than her kids? seriously, you believe this? sounds like the wrong girl mate.
  • Yes if you have it on your orders then your vehicle will be shipped paid for by the military. You will need multiple copies of orders, registration, insurance and a letter from the bank/lender if it is financed (not always asked for but get it in case). There are several locations on the east coast to ship it from or you can be authorized to drive it to another point and then fly from there. Your mileage/lodging will be covered under MALT and Per Diem. Http://www.whereismypov.com is the place to look. Your gas tank needs to be less than 1/4 full, all extras taken out and so forth to ship. It can take up to 6 weeks to get there the cost of a rental car is out of pocket. So if you can ship it early do it. You can keep your NH plates but you will still have to do inspection in Hawaii. The cost of license/registration is really cheap often under $50 for the year there. So look at you options. The cost of driving/gas is more but the OCONUS COLA more than makes up for it.
  • The first answer is wrong.....Hawaii is OCONUS - which means "Outside the Continental (or Contiguous) United States". The 48 states south of Canada and north of Mexico are what make up the Continental US - which means that Alaska and Hawaii are both considered OCONUS. That being said, the US Army will typically ship 1 POV to your duty location. But, you need to check your orders. They will state whether you are authorized to ship your POV at this time or not. As for the registration: sometimes the state will force the issue and make you register it there, BUT for the most part, Soldiers are allowed to keep their POVs registered in their "home of record" state. So, if that's NH for you, then you'll be okay. Good luck.....Wheeler has been one of my dream locations for years!
  • As long as your Orders state you are authorized to ship a POV, then the Army will take care of it for you. As far as registering it in Hawaii, I have played the out-of-state registration for over 24 years now, keeping my car registered in my home county. I have gotten away with it and never been challenged by any state I was stationed in. Some states will actively go after people coming in, some do not. It is a toss of the dice.
  • Yes you can ship a car there, and yes you have to register it there after your current registration expires!
  • Hawaii is considered overseas, but not OCONUS. Your NH registration should be good there since you are technically still in the States.
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